IN THE above picture you don’t see the barbed wire; only a Nazi guard. But the barbed wire is there. The men are British soldiers. There may be Canadians among them. They are prisoners of war in a German camp. In the parcels they are unloading there is food.
Toronto’s Central Tech operates 24 hours a day, pays students $6,000 a week, turns out shilled hands for our factories and fighting forces—and it’s but one of ninetytwo similar schoolsBy FREDERICK EDWARDS14 min
IT REALLY isn’t much of a cloud —this sugar ration—but it can boast of two or three silver linings. Better health will be one, for we’ve been eating a lot more sugar than is good for us. And fewer curves will likely be another. (I hope!) Anyway we wouldn’t be either very sweet-natured or very smart if we couldn’t keep within the three quarters of a pound per week limit.By HELEN G. CAMPBELL4 min
BY THE time you read this the world will know whether Sir Stafford Cripps’ mission to India has ended in success or failure. What happens at New Delhi may affect the course of his star. But, judging by what Garry Allighan tells us on page five of this issue of Maclean’s, whatever happens the Cripps chin isn’t likely to be de-jutted.
LONDON, April 3 (By Cable). There is an uneasy stillness in the air. It is Good Friday and the road in front of my house is as silent as the garden at the back, where not a breath of wind stirs the tree branches which are breaking into buds of hopeful green.By Beverley Baxter11 min
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